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Old 26th August 2013, 05:56   #1
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SRS reset tool giving e10/e11 code - but peake reader working fine - advice?

Hi all,

I reset my oil service and inspection service today using the peake code reader, no problem, so my OBD II port was working.

I inserted a peake RCX V SRS reset tool (using a round pin to OBD II pin adapter from peake) and tried to reset my airbag light - the tool seemed to be working fine at first but then when I went to either read codes or reset codes it gave me e10/e11.

Can anyone recommend another way to reset the airbag light or get this tool to work?

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R5/SRS Troubleshooting

Do you have INPA, GT1, or PASoft?
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I'd go with INPA and / or PASoft. GT1/EasyDIS is good, but can be difficult to get up and running...
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